Almond by Won-pyung Sohn is book of many emotions

Even though the main character lacks emotional understanding, the book Almond teaches you more about emotions than lot other books can do. One of many pointers of this books is the ease with wich you read it, even though it has heavy story and deal with very heavy topics, this is softened not only by … Continue reading Almond by Won-pyung Sohn is book of many emotions


The Princess Diarist: For curious and sad

How do I talk about The Princess Diarist? I think I will start with dividing the book into two parts, the book itself is actually divided into three. But my separating this book into two, is not its content, but rather by the group of people that should read the last book of late and … Continue reading The Princess Diarist: For curious and sad

Amy Liptrot: The Outrun

This is not really a review but more of a very personal look back at reading a brilliant little book called "The Outrun". „I‘m back under these decaying clouds and deep skies, living among the elements that made me“, writes Amy Liptrot in her autobiographical book "The Outrun". There were so many reasons for me … Continue reading Amy Liptrot: The Outrun

Book Review: The Miniaturist (Jessie Burton)

  Published: 24.08.2014 Author: Jessie Burton Genre: Thriller/History  Follow Jessie | Goodreads  England / ISBN: 0062306812 - Contains mild spoilers - The Miniaturist, this story will take you to the heart of 17th century Amsterdam, and all it meant for life, at some pages, at least. What I must say about this book and what I … Continue reading Book Review: The Miniaturist (Jessie Burton)

Review: Carrie Brownstein – Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl

Sometimes it's more difficult to write a review for a book than other times. Those are the times when books hit too close to home. For me, it happened with Carrie Brownstein's Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl. The reason was very simple. I come from a small village north of Czech republic. The village … Continue reading Review: Carrie Brownstein – Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl

Review: David Duchovny – Holy Cow

  Why have I given this book five stars? Well, allow me to explain. This little lovely book has everything I want from a story. For the setting of it, it has just the right length, it's very funny, it's easy to read but it's also philosophical and story hiding inside this perhaps little bizarre … Continue reading Review: David Duchovny – Holy Cow